On 2014-05-06 16:36, fperal wrote:
> robin_listas;2641527 Wrote:
>> On 2014-05-06 11:16, fperal wrote:
>> Did you configure the keyboard globally, in YaST, or on your desktop?
>> I’d recommend to configure the keyboard in YaST, and leave KDE to use
>> the system keyboard, unchanged.
> In yast
> [image: http://susepaste.org/62971638]
> And in KDE settings locales: Country=System country(Spain)
No, that’s language, not keyboard. I mean here:
YaST → Hardware → System Keyboard Layout
YaST → Hardware → Disposición del teclado del sistema
> I don’t have any SCIM package installed
Are you sure? It is installed by default. The actual package name is
>> If none of that helps, I would try creating a new user and try
>> reproducing the problem there, without doing any KDE configuration
>> changes at all.
> Brand new user created. Same problem: new LO document, I can’t write
> àèìòù (it writes aeiou), I save the doc, I open it again, I can
> write now áéíóú. I click on an konsole windows I’ have previously
> openend, then I return to the document, i cant write áéíóú.
> I open it with Apache OpenOffice 4.0.1… It works fine.
You have both installed? I don’t know if they conflict. I assume that
the LO package is the official openSUSE one, via YaST?
Ok, another idea.
On that new user, change the KDE language to English. Then try again
with Libreoffice… the keyboard should still be the system one,
Spanish. That’s how I use it.
The idea is to test whether it is the Spanish customization of LO that
is bad. I don’t use it, so I don’t know.
Cheers / Saludos,
Carlos E. R.
(from 13.1 x86_64 “Bottle” at Telcontar)